Young Swedes are more careless when it comes to their sexual health than their brothers and sisters in other Nordic countries. When 15-24 year olds have sex, three out of four times, a condom is not used.
With hundreds of new cases of HIV and almost 40,000 cases of chlamydia being reported in Sweden last year, the Government has decided it is time for a new information campaign.
Radio Sweden's Ulla Engberg spoke to three young women about young people's attitudes to sex and contraception and Viveca Urwitz at the national board of health and welfare about the challenge of the information campaign. To hear the report, click below.